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How do I reassign drive letters in Microsoft Windows 95, 98, Millennium Edition (Me), or Windows NT. 4.0?

Answer:

Windows 98 or Millennium Edition (ME)

Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.
Double-click the System icon.
Click the Device Manager tab.
Double-click Disk Drives.
Double-click the listing for the drive that has been reassigned to drive D: (such as the Zip drive).
Click the Settings tab.
Change the Current Drive Letter Assignment to [K:] or another unused drive letter toward the middle or end of the alphabet.
Click OK and reboot when prompted.
Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.
Double-click the System icon.
Click the Device Manager tab.
Double-click CDROM.
Double-click the listed CDROM drive.
Click on the Settings tab.
Change the Current Drive Letter Assignment to [D:].
Click OK and reboot when prompted.
Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.
Double-click the System icon.
Click the Device Manager tab.
Double-click Disk Drives.
Double-click the listing for the drive you reassigned in step 5.
Click the Settings tab.
Change the Current Drive Letter Assignment to [E:] or some other letter.
Click OK and reboot when prompted.

Windows NT 4.0
Most Windows NT Configurations

Click the Start button, point to Settings, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Disk Administrator.
Right-click drive letter [D:] (the newly added drive) and then click Assign Drive Letter.
Re-assign it to [K:] and then click OK.
Reboot when prompted.
Click the Start button, point to Settings, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Disk Administrator.
Right-click drive letter [E:] (the CD drive) and choose Assign Drive Letter.
Re-assign it to [D:].
Click OK. Reboot when prompted.

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